Inspired and Infused: Homemade Pantry Gifts for the Host

Good guests show up at the appointed time.

Great guests show up at the appointed time with a gift in hand for the host or hostess.

So, what to bring? Flowers? A bottle of wine? Been there, done that. Why not bring something unique, something one-of-a-kind you made yourself? (more…)

New Video! How To: Grill the Perfect Burger with Indirect Heat

A big, juicy burger hot off the grill. Does anything bring outdoors, fun, and entertaining to mind more readily? The key here is big and juicy, as opposed to small and dry, which can happen if you don’t manage your burger and your grill. (more…)

Ask the Butcher: What’s your entertaining style?

Thoughts of winter entertaining bring to mind images and auras that are warm and comfy—candle or fire light, a whiff of cinnamon, colors of brown and gold.

Spring time entertaining is about light and sparkle, fresh air, the smell of a newly mowed lawn, and the aroma of something fabulous on the grill. It’s also about options—indoor or outdoor, formal or casual. (more…)

New! “How To” Video

The Lobel family shows you master grilling techniques, step by step. Check out this new video for tips and techniques for grilling the perfect steak. (more…)

Ask the Butcher: What are your favorite cuts to grill?

Customers who are unfamiliar with Lobel’s fresh, dry-aged meats frequently want our recommendation about what to buy, asking: What’s the best steak for grilling?

Honestly, there’s no single answer or best cut. It’s all about deciding the best steak for each individual’s taste preference. (more…)

Heat Control

Nothing kick-starts spring like a big, thick, dry-aged steak cooked with smoke and flame on your own grill, in your very own backyard—filling the air with the most amazing, one-of-a-kind aroma, and slaking your hunger with mouthwatering perfection. (more…)

Essential Grilling Tools

Walking into a barbecue specialty shop or the grilling department of a big-box merchandiser can be a little daunting for the novice griller. With so many gadgets, gee-gaws and contraptions, you could easily spend a fortune on a collection tools that, ultimately, you rarely use or have little true affect on the quality of your cooked foods. (more…)

Indirect Heat vs. Direct Heat…

Indirect vs. Direct

Wow, what a winter we’ve had. Most years, we hear about the grilling-friendly weather in the South and West all year-long. But with up to 80 percent of the country covered in snow at times this winter, we had a shared experience of grilling deprivation. (more…)

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